Having a restricted diet does not mean you need to eat boring food this festive season. It just means making a few small changes to what you would normally have.
I have put together some recipes for you to make life a little easier and your free copy of The Good Gut Girl Christmas e-Cookbook for 2018 is here, ready for download now.
All the recipes in The Good Gut Girl Christmas e-Cookbook are wheat-free and A1 dairy-free, and most are free from eggs and yeast as well. The recipes can be further adapted to suit your individual requirements if necessary.
Some of the recipes originally came from cooks such as Donna Hay, Jamie Oliver and Pete Evans, so you can be assured they are delicious.
For Christmas brunch, consider the delicious creamy bircher muesli – trust me, this is not a boring bircher muesli – Christmas breakfast tarts, chia seed pudding, breakfast fritters, or even oat and banana pancakes.
There are also ideas for cheese and crackers, and a pâté recipe.
For lunch or dinner, you might want to add some delicious macadamia maple ham to the menu, or Iranian roast beef, salmon ceviche, egg and beetroot salad, crunchy rice salad, or roasted pumpkin salad.
For dessert, you could have pears with coconut custard, lemon and lime cheesecake, Grand Marnier almond crepes or eggnog panna cotta.
These are just a few of the delicious recipes in the e-Cookbook, which you can download here.
I would also like to wish you and your loved ones a safe and happy festive season, however you choose to spend it. And let us hope 2019 is a good one for us all.